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Silicon Laboratories Articles

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IoT
12th October 2020
Silicon Labs and STRATIS bring smart home solutions to apartments

Silicon Labs and STRATIS have collaborated on a new smart home solution built specifically for apartment complexes. The STRATIS 3.0 Gateway (STRATIS G3) hardware uses Silicon Labs’ multiprotocol SoCs to provide multiprotocol wireless capabilities for its robust IoT platform that connects smart devices throughout apartment communities.

Test & Measurement
5th October 2020
Low jitter I2C-programmable crystal oscillators

Silicon Labs has introduced a new family of small form-factor, high-performance crystal oscillators (XOs) and voltage-controlled crystal oscillators (VCXOs) for applications that require low jitter and frequency-flexible clock synthesis.

Design
11th September 2020
Silicon Labs simplifies IoT development with Simplicity Studio 5

Silicon Labs has delivered a major upgrade to its Integrated Developer Environment (IDE) with the launch of Simplicity Studio 5. The latest version of Simplicity Studio now offers the same access and developer experience across a wide range of wireless protocols, all within a central web-style user interface.

Wireless
9th September 2020
Bluetooth LE SiP enables connectivity to small products

Silicon Labs has unveiled the BGM220S, a System in Package (SiP) which extends the company’s reach into Bluetooth Low Energy Solutions.

Security
2nd September 2020
IoT security suite wins key endorsements

Key security endorsements have been announced by Silicon Labs. The company’s Secure Vault security suite of hardware and software technologies dedicated to securing Internet of Things (IoT) devices against growing and evolving threats has earned third-party IoT security certifications from both PSA Certified and the ioXt Alliance.  

Communications
6th August 2020
Bluetooth SiP for wearable social distancing device

Maggy, a Belgium-based start-up specialising in Bluetooth-enabled, rechargeable, social-distancing devices, has chosen a Silicon Labs Bluetooth SiP (System in Package) module to enable a new, compact wearable that warns users when the length between people becomes too small and could pose a risk of COVID-19 infection transfer.

Wireless
21st July 2020
Benefits of an integrated secure element

To help secure the Internet of Things (IoT), connected devices require an array of on-chip security features such as an immutable device identity, secure boot with root of trust, secure key storage and hardware crypto accelerations paired with a high-entropy random number generator. Marius Munder, Senior Staff Engineer, Systems Architect, Silicon Labs, explains the role an integrated secure element can play in achieving this.

Latest
30th June 2020
Silicon Labs strengthens commitment to Wi-SUN

Silicon Labs is deepening its commitment to Wi-SUN, an increasingly popular and widely deployed industrial mesh networking standard well suited for smart utility, smart city and IIoT applications.

Appointments
20th May 2020
Karuna Annavajjala joins Silicon Labs as CIO

Silicon Labs has announced the appointment of Karuna Annavajjala as Chief Information Officer. As CIO, Annavajjala will oversee information technology (IT) services for Silicon Labs’ global business operations including strategic planning, infrastructure services, business application platforms, cyber security and data privacy, and IT service delivery.

Power
6th May 2020
Power management ICs enhance battery-powered IoT

Silicon Labs has announced a new line of energy-friendly power management ICs (PMICs) serving as dedicated companion chips for EFR32 wireless devices and EFM32 microcontrollers (MCUs).

Wireless
6th April 2020
Acquisition expands IoT wireless platform

Silicon Labs has announced that it has entered into a definitive asset purchase agreement with Redpine Signals to acquire the company’s Wi-Fi and Bluetooth business, development centre in Hyderabad, India, and extensive patent portfolio for $308m in cash. This acquisition will expand Silicon Labs' IoT wireless platform.

Automotive
18th March 2020
Future-proofing EV battery management systems

Despite the current boom in electric vehicle (EV) and plug-in hybrid electric vehicle (HEV) production, actual interest among consumers may be in danger of lagging behind. Rudye McGlothlin, Marketing Director, Power Products, Silicon Labs explains.

5G
17th March 2020
Future of 5G small cells with power over Ethernet

Silicon Labs has introduced a comprehensive Power over Ethernet (PoE) portfolio that reduces the cost and complexity of adding 90W PoE to power sourcing equipment (PSE) and powered devices (PD). The new 90 W PoE portfolio complies with the IEEE 802.3bt standard, which more than doubles standard PoE power and expands the capabilities of wireless access points and IoT wireless gateways.

IoT
10th March 2020
Secure vault technology redefines IoT device security

Silicon Labs has announced Secure Vault technology, a new suite of security features designed to help connected device manufacturers address escalating Internet of Things (IoT) security threats and regulatory pressures.

IoT
25th February 2020
Wireless SoCs enable eco-friendly IoT devices

Silicon Labs has announced a new family of secure, ultra-low-power Zigbee wireless SoC devices designed for eco-friendly IoT products deployed in mesh networks. The EFR32MG22 (MG22) family expands Silicon Labs’ Zigbee portfolio by delivering the smallest, lowest power SoCs optimised for Zigbee Green Power applications.

IoT
21st February 2020
Wireless SoCs help drive digital transformation

Silicon Labs has announced a new family of secure, proprietary wireless SoC devices designed for power- and size-constrained IoT products powered by batteries or energy harvesting sources.

Events News
28th January 2020
The future of secure wireless connectivity at embedded world

Silicon Labs has announced that it will showcase its latest wireless IoT connectivity and security solutions for smart home, commercial and industrial IoT applications at embedded world 2020. Through interactive demonstrations, live Speakers’ Corner presentations on the hour and technical conference sessions.

Wireless
4th November 2019
Making the right choice: Wireless tech for the IoT

Wireless connectivity is a critical part of IoT end-node design. Important and popular connectivity options for the IoT include Bluetooth Low Energy (BLE), Bluetooth mesh, Zigbee, Thread, Z-Wave, WiFi and a wide range of proprietary protocols in the sub-GHz band. Anders Pettersson, Director of Field Marketing, Silicon Labs explains.

Industrial
15th October 2019
Demystifying Power over Ethernet (PoE) technology

The Internet of Things (IoT) continues to add intelligence to commercial systems in offices, shopping malls and even warehouses. Smart offices are modern marvels, reducing energy use while improving the workspace. Malls and stadiums use wireless connectivity to better serve customers and track occupancy numbers. Sensors and RF tags continue to revolutionise asset tracking in warehouses. Charlie Ice, Senior Product Manager, Power Products, Si...

Design
2nd October 2019
Broad portfolio of automotive grade timing solutions released

Silicon Labs has launched a broad portfolio of automotive grade timing solutions designed to meet the demanding clocking needs of in-vehicle systems. The new AEC-Q100-qualified timing devices include Si5332 any-frequency programmable clock generators, Si5225x PCIe Gen1/2/3/4/5 clocks, Si5325x PCIe buffers and Si5335x fanout clock buffers.

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